Thanks to technology, finding ways to streamline the processes within a business is easier than ever. These days there are countless tools available to help a business run efficiently and effectively.
One category of tools is called task management software. This software is specifically designed to help employees stay organized and on track. Given how more workplaces are turning to remote and hybrid alternatives, this software has become essential. Here are some of the top task management software in the industry.
Nifty is a flexible task management tool that can be used online, on a desktop, or even on mobile devices. Best of all, it can integrate with other business tools such as Github, Harvest, and Slack. Users can choose between a free and paid version, with the latter offering more tools and customization options.
DragApp is the perfect tool for companies that rely on Gmail and Google services. This tool integrates with Gmail, allowing for shared inboxes and customized boards. All of which can help streamline the process of managing emails. As with the previous tool, DragApp offers both a free and paid version.
ClickUp is a highly rated task management tool. It’s a free tool that allows users to create templates, recurring tasks, priorities within these tasks, reminders, notifications, and more. It can also integrate with tools such as Slack, Gmail, Google Drive, and Outlook.
Next up on the list is a tool called Weekdone. As the name suggests, Weekdone is a weekly planning software. It can track schedules, goals, plans, projects, and more. Admittedly, there is no free option of Weekdone, but the price is reasonably affordable, making it perfect for teams and businesses.
Todoist is, as the name implies, a to-do list app. Unlike many other apps of this kind, this one is specifically designed for business use. Todoist offers free and paid versions of the app and allows users to create new and recurring tasks, subtasks, and priorities.
Things is a task management app designed specifically for Mac and iOS users. Users have to pay an upfront fee (around fifty dollars) to gain access to the software, but there will be no more charges following this point. Users can create calendar events, checklists, shortcuts, and more.
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